I've been growing for several years, mostly outdoor (starting indoor), using a variety of different soils/super soils/nutrients. This season I've decided to do a small indoor grow from start to finish. I created super soil a few months ago to use as my medium, with Roots Organic Original as my base for the recipe, as well as my top soil, in fabric pots. I realize that most advise to use water only throughout the cycle, however I'm experimenting a bit with other additives to see what happens. For example, I've watered with aerated worm casting compost teas, as well as nutrient teas with the Earth Juice line. I'm using a blend of all types of different organic nutrients including; unsulphered blackstrap molasses, Hi-Brix MFP, Earth Juice (Grow, Bloom, Catalyst, Meta-K, Microblast), Neptune's Fish Fertilizer, Neptune's Kelp Meal, General Organic's CaMg+, Great White for every Transplant, and I happened to pick up Advanced Nutrient's Organic Big Bud. To clarify, I'm not combining all of this at one time, and not watering as if I had a normal base soil. I've been blending various teas together, adding a 1/2 tsp of this, a Tbsp of that, at much lower than general watering recommendations. My goal is to create cup winning quality, with no real concern for quantity. I'm curious if anyone else has done anything like this with even better results, compared to Super Soil alone? Or, would it be better if I stuck with simple compost teas with molasses to help increase microbial activity, allowing the soil to do all the heavy lifting?